tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News November 25, 2012 3:00am-7:00am PST
>> good morning, everyone, it's sunday, november 25th, i'm alisyn camerota. in cairo muslim brotherhood encourages protests. anti-morsi protesters taking over tahrir square. >> dave: and shredder, and police files used as confetti at the macy's day parade. how can it happen? is our security now at risk? >> illinois has the worst budget deficit in the nation and why is the state spending
millions of taxpayer dollars on table for prisoners. >> and eco friendly zip lines, maybe they want them to watch "fox & friends" in prison, have you ever thought of that. >> dave: amen, there's some viewers, baby. >> clayton: "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ . >> alisyn:. >> alisyn: good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us bright and early on this sunday morning, we have quite a show for you, including the ongoing debate that dave briggs launched yesterday about yoga pants and we invite you to weigh in this morning. >> clayton: you're still leading this fight and championing this fight. >> alisyn: he's made it a platform. >> dave: i may run for the white house based on yoga pants. there's both good and bad and we will delve into this later on and look, common ground. it's unlike politics, there is some common ground between the two extremes. >> clayton: of yoga pants
afficianados. >> alisyn: they're bipartisan. >> clayton: send us a picture of your yoga pants and dave can critique it. >> dave: you're ingenuous, at fs weekend. lawmaker return to capitol hill tomorrow to try to work on a deal to avoid that fiscal cliff you've heard about a time or two. >> clayton: yeah, peter doocy live in washington this morning with the latest on where these negotiations stand and we can expect, i guess, tomorrow, peter, they get back to work after thanksgiving? >> reporter: that's right, clayton, so far just one meeting we know about the small, but bipartisan group of lawmakers trying to speteer the country away from the fiscal cliff and represent their parties. right after the bat after the first meeting speaker boehner told us he's ready to agree to new revenue in a deal, but the deal needs to be balanced. >> to show to your seriousness
we've put revenue on the table, as long as it's accompanied by significant spending cuts. and while we're going to continue that revenue on the table. it's going to be incumbent for my colleagues to show the american people that we're serious about cutting spending and solving our fiscal dilemma. >> democrats, obviously, control the white house and the senate, but they still need the republican-led house to sign off on whatever potential deal they reach and even though that's caused significant gridlock in the past, senate majority leader harry reid thinks a deal can be done by mid december, well ahead of the deadline. >> we have the cornerstone of being able to work something out. we're both going to have to give up some of the things that we to are a problem and so, it's like when we arrive at a point where we all know something has to be done.
there's no more let's do it some other time. >> right now, there's some outside pressure on congressional negotiators to raise the 18.4 cent per gallon federal gasoline tax, something that's being pushed by state highway officials and road builders across america. casinos are also pushing to get language legalizing online poker into a deal and governors hit hard by superstorm sandy or wanting more if federal aid to come to them through a potential deal. whatever agreement it made to avoid the fiscal cliff, it's going to be worth a lot of money and now is the time that groups are stepping up to see if they can get in on some of that. >> all right, everyone wants a little piece of the action and everyone wants fiscal restraint and they all wan their own-- >> hey, if you cut the other programs, the ones that don't involve me, that's better. >> what's the deal that gets done? do the middle class obviously gets extended, bush tax cuts.
250 and under. what gets done above that? >> well, remember joe biden telegraphed the idea na he likes the 1 million mark and president obama had 200-- >> 250,000 as everyone and we were talking to small business owners on the show saying that $250,000 that's the small business owners not the rich at 250,000, employing a number of employees so we'll see. >> alisyn: more on that later. yoeigh in and we have a lot to tell you about overseas, the muslim brotherhood calling for massive protests and president morsi and the recent power gr grab. all right. as you can see, violent clashes and police and protesters continued overnight. the anti-morsi demonstration irresponsibility, they called, and topple the regime so they can take over power and some say the power grab was nothing
short of a dictator. thousands are camped out in tahrir square calling for morsi to renounce. and stepping down from at chairman of the homeland security commission, could mean less money, and congressman king ensured that the city received more for counterterrorism. even though he will not have the top spot, he'll work with the new chair to continue to secure that. take a look at this, this is an 80-foot yacht burning off the miami coast. three people on board jumped off and had to be rescued by the coast guard. they were not hurt and the coast guard fired water canons to put out the boat. it's not own how it started. it's worth $950,000 to maybe a million dollars, maybe nor. passenger on a plane trying to land in kentucky after the pilot pulled up at the last
minute to avoid slamming into another plane at cincinnati airport. everyone on board do see what was about to hand and relieved when he didn't land. what is alarming my mom and stepfather were flying into the airport last night on a small plane. mom, if you're watching, e-mail me and-- was she flying the plane. >> i'm not sure. >> alisyn: not sure what's happening on that plane but it's possible my mom was on it. e-mail me, mom. >> less' talk about what happened during the the parade, we had the macy's day parade in manhattan and hundreds of thousands filing into midtown manhattan and the front of the new york post, there's charlie brown holding
a confidential folder full of documents, a turns out a lot of the confetti during the parade was shredded up secret police documents that ended up getting tossed among the crowd and people started to piece them together and noticed social security numbers, important, i guess like hidden police information. >> and detectives phone number and one said romney motorcade which seemed important to people on the ground that there was some sort of top secret information coming from that so they think this came from the nassau county police department and raises questions how they got into the wrong hands and why they were raining down on parade goers. >> dave: here is one of the parade goers. >> you picked up a handful and started going through it, and noticed more social security numbers and there are more addresses, phone numbers.
>> nice. >> dave: yeah, and so one guy and a friend who had some confetti on his jacket and swept it off and realized that there was indeed a social security number on there. i don't know if anyone is at risk here or our security is at risk. look if you're a police officer and it identifies who you are, just a random social security number in and of itself isn't a new jersey r huge concern without a name to go with it, but-- >>. >> alisyn: sure, but a random phone number you could dial that right up and make whatever prank call you want to that person. >> clayton: or potential information from a motorcade for one of the presidential candidates and the macy's statement, during a parade it's not unusual for spectators to bring and throw their own confetti in the direction of the participants from the sidelines. and the barricaded spectator area and buildings on portions of the route. macy's is not aware where the confetti comes from, not something that the parade distributes or uses. >> macy's went so far as to
say they use commercially manufactured multi-colored confetti, not shredded, homemade. >> clayton: from a police department. >> alisyn: are people really bringing in homemade-- >> who is at home with scissors cutting the confetti for the parade. >> dave: what the police department says, nassau county is concerned about the situation, and we'll be conducting an investigation in the matter as well as reviewing our procedure for disposing of sensitive materials. good plan. generally you have a location that shredded documents go to, right, like the fire perhaps, the trash. >> or one of those big trucks that come, shredding trucks. get out your scotch tape. >> alisyn: rick is good at shredding documents. rick reichmuth is here. >> rick: did you see argo. >> alisyn: not yet. >> none of you have seen the argo. >> dave: i'd like to see the affleck flick. >> and the confetti and
shredded material coming together, plot line for you. i've been at the beginning of that parade many times and always bags of colored confetti, i haven't seen anything on it except just the pieces of colored confetti. >> alisyn: thank you. >> rick: all right, guys, here is your temperatures waking up this morning. a big warm-up in the low teens and now back up to 30 and a big change here, from temporarily, when we're moving across the plains and looking good again, one little disturbance across michigan right now bringing snow, it's mutilation -- it's light snow not causing any problems, and rain and snow across the mountains montana and light, and clearing out across the pacific northwest on wednesday across the west, a couple days of a breather. and today's highs, everybody looking good.
across the northern plains and not that bad and again, tomorrow, colder air behind that storm and 18 degrees minneapolis and warm-up across texas back into the 70's, all right, guys. >> clayton: and israeli president benjamin netanyahu vowing to defend his country at all costs, what could happen if iran gets a nuclear weapon? >> and a driver left hanging by one tire after the truck went over the overpass, a daring rescue to show you. ♪ [ male announcer ] you like who you are...
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explains. >> agreed with president obama that together with the united states we will fight against these weapons of terror much of which comes from iran. >> alisyn: our next guest says that jihadist rulers can't it be allowed to get nukes because israel is a one bomb count country. hi, clifford, what do you mean by a one bomb country? >> people don't realize how small israel is, it's smaller than djabouti and the muslim countries around it are 600 times its size with about 60 times the population. what's been said by iranian rulers, it would take actually one bomb, one bomb to wipe out the entire country and if they did that and israel rehe al yates, more than a billion muslims left, why not. >> i've heard that israel is
the size of new jersey and carries so much weight in the world, but it's that small. so what do you make of in cease-fire? does this accomplish anything? >> the cease-fire does accomplish something. it was important for israel to get rid of the iranian supplied longer range missiles that hamas it. the m-75's, reach more than half the population, it could reach from gaza, tel aviv, jerusalem, some came pretty close to hitting those places and they had to get rid of those and by the way, should there be a conflict in the next few, six, eight months between israel and iran, it was important for israel that hamas not be in a position to open up a second front. >> alisyn: in other words, you subscribe to the theory that this was a dry run for something? >> well, i think israel had to do two things, had to say you cannot just rain missiles down upon our population with impunity and they had to stop that and the long range
missiles, not just for southern israel, but for all. all that have had to happened. i don't think it's a dry run, but an important part of the equation that these missiles be stopped and that hamas not be in a position to wage another war soon. >> alisyn: i want to ask you about what president morsi has done in the past 72 hours by dekreeing at that his authority stands and it's the ultimate nn trying to declare the judiciary in egypt basically null and void. >> yeah, look, morsi came out last week looking rather good, like a statesman and he helped organization the cease-fire and reined hamas in and took responsibility and moved immediately from that to give himself dictatorial powers. if those dictatorial powers are taken by him the arab spring is pretty much over and democratization is pretty much over. i'men couraged to see how many people come into the streets and they don't want to trade
mubarak to the theocracy that morsi and the brotherhood are proposing. i'm not sure at that morsi is going to give up that easily. >> alisyn: thank you for your insight. good to see you. up next it's a state in debt. why is illinois spending for cable for prisoners and on pig races. and a man gets through security with a woman's boarding pass? how was that done and is anything being done about it. ♪ ♪
>> 6:22 eastern, some quick headlines, tragedy in bangladesh as a fire races through a garment factory killing workers, that number is expected to rise and this fire reminiscent of the devastating triangle shirt waist factory fire in new york city back in 1911 in which 146 workers were killed and the stakes keep getting higher. no one matched all six numbers in the 325 million dollar powerball jackpot and that pushes the prize up to a record 425 million bucks. the next drawing is this sday. clayton, we are pooling our numbers, five bucks a man starting now. >> clayton: all right, have you on the floor to pick them up for us. the state of illinois is facing the worst budget deficit in the nation and still has $200,000 in taxpayer money to spend on things like
eco friendly zip lines. why isn't the state putting an end to the frivolous spending. tom, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning, clayton. >> clayton: you know, these local services, local governments and state governments saying look, we're so strapped, having a difficult time paying for the spendings services, fire departments, police departments, et cetera. do you buy that argument once you've done this new report? >> absolutely not. we've done the states and books, since 2002, more than 40 of them and illinois several times in conjunction with the illinois policy institute and the state raised the income tax rates by 67% last year, about $1500 per family, and they're still claiming that they can't do enough to balance their budget. they've got an 8 million dollar annual deficit and 44 billion cumulative, largest in the nation and it's a mess and not addressing the obvious spending. >> you released the piglet
book for government waste and among the things you found. put them up on the screen. bobbleheads, we're paying for bobbleheads? >> this is the springfield park district for collegiate team. and something i've never heard of and modeling it after the mascot. >> another one? >> swine time pig racing, more than $20,000 for a local pig racing contest in rock county. these go on all over the country. no reason any taxpayer dollars should be used for this purpose. among some others, those are among the smaller ticket items and 9,000 and 20,000 respectively. some of the larger priced one. eagle friendly zip lines. how much are we spending here? 200,000? >> williams county again, something that's a private operation should be paid for by the people that want to go on the zip line, they seem to be popular enough, let it pay
for itself. >> clayton: yeah, it's a tourist attraction and you go on vacation, the places on the side of the mountain, you pay a hefty sum to go on these things, i don't understand why ned' need tax dollars. >> unfortunately happens with a the lot of recreational activities. >> clayton: another thing, blew me away, a vacant lot for 2 million dollars? i can see some sort of brand new school facility or some sort of a public center, a library center, something like that, but for an empty lot? >> well, these are tax increment financing funds supposed to reduce blight in villages, towns, urban areas and certainly, hoping the vacant lot is going to create more blight in that town. >> clayton: i can do it for 20 grand, give me a lawn mower. another one. 2 million dollars for getting cable to prison inmates? >> the illinois prison inmates are -- cost on average about
$38,000 a year more than any other neighboring states, most other states in the midwest. let's do something better, get them rehabilitated and off the public dole and back into a productive life. >> clayton: i don't mind the prisoners watching "fox & friends," if you're out there hopefully you're not offended by that. tom, you do the studies and what's the response by the legislature or the government's office. >> the legislature appreciate the work being done and the expertise of the illinois policy institute, the think tank has been a tremendous help and we've done it many places. best example, perhaps, is a policy that was proposed, was the oklahoma helped to start the transparency movement for government information around the country so in many cases these recommendations have a big impact, but the principle, whether it's the fiscal cliff or the state budget, get rid of the waste first and then start thinking about possibly raising some taxes.
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>> we need park style ♪ get, get style >> this is how you shot of the morning. they made the gangnam style video to convince parker to come to the school in utah and parkerer ended up visiting and the students printed t-shirts and parker name with white paper in the mountains near the campus. and that's definitely get a "a" for effort. >> alisyn: wow, impressive.
>> dave: that's how you do it, folks. get a guy to come to your school. it ain't easy. >> do you know much about this guy? i don't know anything about him. >> dave: he's legit, i don't know if the video alone will do it. i think something like what notre dame did last night. >> alisyn: money. >> dave: we try to keep it legal in the ncaa. >> clayton: oh, yeah, the colleges. >> dave: and tell that to o-o state and later. >> alisyn: and let's get to your headlines and what else is happening in the world. an accident leaves a truck driver dangling off the side of a bridge, it happened in beaverton, oregon, rescue crews raced to secure the truck to prevent it from falling anchoring it to a fire truck and use add cherry picker to get the driver out of the truck. and took more than an hour. the guy was not injured, but was arrested for driving under the influence.
is there any better billboard, what happens driving under the the influence. a man gets through airport security with a woman's boarding pass. he checked in and without looking at it headed through security without a problem and before he boarded the plane, he noticed the name on the boarding pass said natalie shipley. >> when i realized it, i was startled and it is highly disturbing, with everything that goes on in today's travel and the efforts to protect citizens and this shouldn't occur. >> alisyn: well, maybe his name was natalie, you know? >> a lot of men named nat had i. >> alisyn: maybe. >> clayton: he had to show i.d. >> alisyn: to get the boarding pass you have to show i.d. >> clayton: not necessarily 'cause you're going through the scanner thing, might have printed it out on the machine, but have to go through the main security door, that gate they look at your the i.d. and give you a squiggly mark to
show they looked at it. >> alisyn: to somehow passed that security moment? okay. and told the gate about the problem and he had printed an extra boarding pass at home and was allowed to get on flight and tsa says every passenger is thoroughly screened before they get on the plane. >> dave: are they. >> alisyn: a florida woman goes on a joyride on the back of a manatee and now is under arrest and she turned herself in when pictures of the stunt surfaced online and claims she was new to the area and did not realize it was illegal to touch the manatees, and the state attorney general is charging her with violating the manatee sanctuary act. >> clayton: oh, the humanity. >> dave: man. i didn't see that coming. and let's talk about sports, please, right? and they started the season
unranked and after 12 perfect games, notre dame is going to their first title game since 1988. how long ago is that? well, no current notre dame player was even born in 1988. that is that make you feel old, guys? irish taking on the trojans of sc, first quarter, riddic, he's a man. he's not 40, but's he a man. 146 yards in the game and that score, irish up 9. usc won't go quietly, the first start. freshman q.b. max wittek in for woods and the pass interference call, and notre dame would not cave and make a goal line stand, punching their ticket to miami. 22-13 notre dame, and first national title game. speaking of undefeated ohio
state also capped off a perfect 12-0 season defeating michigan. unfortunately for the buckeyes they're banned from bowl games due to ncaa sanctions or they had he' be squaring off against the irish, what a job by urban meyer, a turn around in his great career. an indianapolis colt cheerleader above and beyond to raise money for leukemia, check this out. cheerleader megan agreed to shave her head in the quarter quarter of today's colts-bills games and don't announce last night and looked up, when i say megan. >> alisyn: i interviewed her on fox and friends and the challenge was issued by the team's mascot blue after raising over 22,000 bucks, megan is living up to her promise. blue will bring out the buzzer and shave her head as ali just said, megan was on "fox & friends" earlier this week to talk about it. >> we're going to visit a lot
of children's hospitals afterwards and i want to be an inspiration to those girls and women through cancer and show you you're beautiful even without hair. >> shave blue's head? >> not a bad idea and his maine. they've raised over $250,000 in honor of this man, that's colts coach. chuck segano. battling leukemia, that cheerleader, a beautiful woman going above and beyond. >> alisyn: beautiful inside and out. are you kind of hoping they don't raise the $10,000 so you don't have to go through with it. she said no, i want to do it. >> she is he' got long dark hair, how long will it take to grow back. >> alisyn: a few years. >> dave: and sports, my true passion. >> the past year, nothing consumed dave more than yoga pants. i can attest to this.
here is yesterday in the after the show show dave getting fired up, it started with victoria secret that mob on black friday and people pouring into the store for 12.95 yoga pants, a big steal and dave got fired up yesterday and here it is. >> yoga pants. >> yoga pants victoria secret caused the ladies to go crazy. >> dave: ladies, 12.95 for yoga pants is a good deal, let's not get out of hand and stop wearing them everywhere, it's not casual wear, it's to work out. >> alisyn: very comfortable. >> clayton: if they're shapely i don't mind the yoga pants. >> dave: ladies, yoga pants are for those who do yoga are, maybe pilates and not an excuse to go out of house without getting dressed. that's my public service announcement. >> alisyn: dave, i've never seen he sow political and opinionated. >> dave: and clayton says the jumping off point was the black friday sale.
what fired me up. a year ago, i went to church with my family, i had a weekend off, and there was the horror, a woman in church with yoga clothes and nearly made me lose my mind. you do not wear yoga pants to church, you wear yoga pants to yoga, pilates. >> alisyn: and quickly, i have a quiz for you, on "the stir" one of the mommy blogs, 20 places it's appropriate to wear yoga pants. number one, soccer practice, is it appropriate for a mom to go social practice. >> dave: i concur. >> alisyn: the playground. >> clayton: absolutely. >> dave: borderline. >> alisyn: here is one, the dmv. >> you need to be as comfortable as possible at the dmv, are you kidding me. >> alisyn: i agree. >> clayton: you should be a toibl bring a latte, comfy pants at dmv. >> alisyn: take off the yoga pantsen and put on my mom
jeans. >> clayton: we'll get people to weigh in email@example.com. >> and when you see dave rolling around town, dave is in track pants. >> rick: dave is in yoga pants. >> dave: i come to work at three in the morning, an hour commute, that's the only thing to wear. >> you leave here at about noon, dave. >> clayton: in yoga pants. >> dave: just do the weather. >> the female yoga pants. and we have viewers from tennessee, is it okay for women to wear yoga pants. >> if i'm taking kids to school, or practice, as far as an event, i don't think so. >> that's good. >> is that on the list. >> yeah, school drop off i like, that's good. >> that's approval. >> all right, guys, talking about the weather, it's a cold one out here, and cold certainly across the nort so far and a warm-up across the weather map and as you're
waking up. 28 in cleveland. back to 38 in minneapolis, you're at about 12 degrees at this point. all the way down to tampa, 49 degrees, 45 in new orleans, but it's clear for the most part and take a look at forecast across the northeast for the day today. we'll see a little bit of snow across the great lakes, a couple of areas picking up an inch or two additional snow, not any big problem, but across the coast, cool, mostly sunny, a few clouds at times though, across the southeast, pure sunshine, with those cool temperatures so we'll see sunshine all the way from parts of new mexico, over towards florida and mid atlantic and into the northern planes and another disturbance bringing snow he across the great lakes and northern rockies and the high planes today. that's very, very light. across the west, clear it up across the pacific northwest and remain nice and sunny, down towards the southwest. the all right, guys, back to you inside.
>> we're still talking about it, let me be clear, is my wife in yoga pants, fantastic, love it. she does pilates. >> alisyn: nobody else's, all right, fine. >> firstname.lastname@example.org. and after washington state decided to legalize marijuana for recreational use, will the feds try to snuff out the use. >> alisyn: are you dreaming of white sandy beaches? we're breaking down the best holiday travel deals coming up. ♪ ♪
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>> welcome back, everybody, there's controversy over whether the department of justice should snuff out new state marijuana laws in colorado and washington state, but the real question, does the federal government even have the right to intervene here? here to weigh in is professor of law, vanderbilt university, robert knnicos. >> thanks for having me, dave. >> dave: should eric holder intervene here, if so, what could they do to stop the laws from being implemented? >> well, they face a really serious challenge in both washington and colorado. as you know, historically, the states and the federal government have been on the same page when it comes to marijuana policy. in fact, the federal government has depended very heavily on the states to help enforce their mutual marijuana
bans, now that washington and colorado have changed course, they've decided to treat marijuana more like alcohol than cocaine or heroin and the federal government is going to have to try to figure out how to enforce its ban on its own. >> and we can look to an analogous case, the case of medical marijuana to kind of come up with a blueprint how the federal government might try to do that. in a number of staow the federal government might try to do that. in a number of states we've seen the department of justice go after landlords, after banks to cut off access to checking accounts for marijuana distributors, things like that, to try to cut down on the marijuana industry. >> a bit of bullying tactics. i'm curious from a law enforcement perspective, if you're a colorado state patrolman, if you're a state police officer, is it your obligation to enforce state and ignore federal, or vice
versa. >> you have no obligation to enforce federal law, you have no obligation to help the federal government enforce its marijuana ban if you're a state law enforcement officer, there's actually a series of cases from the 1990's, something called the anti-come men deering rule that the supreme court announced that can't enforce the state to pass a ban on drugs or something else or force the state to help the federal government enforce its own. if you're a state police officer and notice that someone is violating federal law you have no obligation to report that to the federal government or arrest that individual or prosecute the case. >> dave: that should be an interesting situation especially when you bring in the the d.e.a. and marijuana into those states. thank you for joining us, appreciate you coming in early. >> thanks for having me. >> dave: and making cursive writing extinct, i hope not. a handful of states are trying to keep it alive in schools, and most are letting it go the
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going gender neutral this christmas. "fox & friends" hour starts right now. ♪ >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "fox genfriendneu on this sunday morning, that's dave briggs, alisyn camerota and i'm clayton morris. all parents here, what would you do if your son said, i want a baby deal. >> alisyn: we're deal with this, and my daughter is frustrated in school, the boys play with legep and the he dirls-- >> and my daughter says they play soccer and they're pushing her out. hohat about your so the f >> clayton: my son wants to wear mommy's high heels. >> al yyn: like father like son. (la't hter) >> anyway, we're dealing with all of these.
>> clay- >> ald syn: gender roles and whether or not they're applicable. >> clay- her. that and more coming up. first this, because we're following this story, demonstrators expect today-- demonstrations expected to escalate as the muslim brotherhood and the anti-morsi protesters taking to the streets and relations between israel and gaza on shaky ground this morning, despite a fragile cease-fire. and david lee miller with tensions in the middle east, good morning to you. >> and tahrir square, the site of demonstrations not that long ago that led to the ouster of egyptian president arak is the site of demonstrations today although this time activists are protesting the new president, and s daare is closed to traffic and barriers set up all alon the square to keep protesters from gaining asedes
to nearby government building and they want the president to extend an authority, to issue decrees that would be exempt from judicial review, to country's muslim brotherhood and force the president to burn down the encampment of anti-morsi demonstrators and they're calling for a million man march on tuesday in central cairo. and judges, meanwhile, called for aant ob walkout in protest and the u.s. embassy is cautions all american in cairo to be cautious. and the state department says at that morsi's action raise concerns that power is going to be overly concentrated and u.s. senator john mccain has tweeted the following and i quote, president morsi should renounce his power grab before things get out of hand. and shares on the egyptou fn stock market not coincidentally plunged 10% on s tundaoll and meanwhile, despite the cease-fire with israel, hamas says it's preparing for what might be a future confrontation, hamas says it's
rebuilding smuggling tunnels and many were destrrlsed during the recent conflict and the group's number two political leader says hnwas will not stop arming itself and hamas is calling for israel and egypt to end all restrictions on imports and exports to the strip. and the london times is reporting today that an israeli spy satellite spotted a shift in iranian port that is being loaded with rockets and missiles that could make its way to gaza. and lastly, in what might be an encouraging sign in the rh ion, a religion leader in gaza is-- has issued a decree telling is-mens, they must honor the truce between israel and gaza, for now, there's a peace, but it's a very uneasy one. >> back to youc >> david lee, thank you. just spoke with a friend with epqpt, his whole fnwily is from egypt and they're all afraid, afraid it's actually going to be worse under president morsi than mubarak,
because at least they knew what they had then, now there's a man claousing more power by the day. >> and this is the fear when they were happening that the devil now it's better to stick with and we understand that their trepidation to that. hoe'll keep an eye on that, and your headlines, congress is returning from the thanksgiving bre3 r and theill he det right to work on negotiations in an effort to avert the so-called fiscal cliff. lawmakers have just one month to reach a deal before a coyoneination of tax hikes and spending cuts go into effect. which experts warn would send the country back into recession and demat rats want to raise taxes for people making more than $250,000 a or iea're a while fat thlies, republicans want to extend the bush tax cuts for everyone, and want a deal in place by christmas. we'll see if they can do that. three people on board this burning yacht off the cublst of miami had to be rescued by the coast guard, forced toant omip s thiff lprhkily, no one was hurt and
the coast guard fired water canons to put the fire out and not known how the blaze was started and the boat was a total loss, worth between $75ct.. maybe even more. well, some justice for kate mid deseton in the tanyless phoo s tcandal. moel o'cane, the editor of the of the irish daily star, resigned aicter tension between he and the paper's shareholders and a threat from the od bers to shut it down if he did not leave and he has yet to apologize for the pictures, but the od bers did right away saying they disagreed with the decision to publish those pictures. those are your headlines. >> dave: and now she's back on the tabloids, she's pregnant, the the atedmor. >> al yyn: it's a romior and azave not had a confirmation. >> dave: you're telling us that the msomep$ine is not legit. don't the shatter my world. >> alisyn: we're the reporters, i need to see the
ogood test. >> clayton: and bat boy not real. and seeing hous on the front of the pecobe. and this is real and sounds like it might be-- if you pick up the front psomee of the new york pep t this morning you may realize that during the thanksgiving, macy's tha, hasgha,ing day parae the other day, all sorts of confetti and people bringing different bsomes of confe3 egi and turns out this type of confetti wound up in the ma3 r's tha, ha itha,ing day parade and not sure where it came from, but it included police officers, sat ou fl seaxeriing names and ipolitortant slifurit information like routes that romney's motorcade may have taken during one trip and other police information and maybe perhaps security numbers and other sorts of things. >> they think it came from the nasa county police department whicort is a police department out here on long island, and because it had some of the detectives phone nomibers on it, and ncpd. edassau county police
department. >> alisyn: i call that a carae. >> da le: scoon to-doo. >> ald syn: and obviously people think, wonder if their own bank statements were threaded and wonder if there were sorts of police information that shouldn tab have been out there lr se romney's motorcade. how did it happen and why are they using shredded police doaxements for the macis day parade. one of the guys who found a social slifurity nomiber spe3 rs to what he was thinking. >> you pick up a handful and start going tn to-ough it and w noticed there are more social security numbers, there are more addresses and phone edomibers. >> and it loincpd be like shredding up a phone book, right. t ind a phone tayoneer. are pprepple overreacting. >> dave: phone books are acceptable, but we don tab use thep e at al. >> d >> pro yayi: like nonpublished numbers. >> clayton: good point, you're bringing me around. i'm playing devil's advocate, people get upset and is this something to get uts tet about. >> da le: macis says, during the parade, it's not unusual
for spectators to bring their own confe3 egi and tn to-ow towards the people. and even from buildinat o along portions of the route and ma3 r's is not aware that confetti, where it comes from and not something the parade distributes or uses, so you're telling me this average bystanders had lanre thiedis >> no, no, i sn to-ed my od b sensitive classified documents and bring that to a parade and tn to-ow it around. or iou m3 re a good point. >> dave: that explains it, that explains it. >> claazavon: here is a police s ttatement. they are he' concerned and we'll conon: ct an investi istion into the matter and revualwing our procedure for the disposing of sensitive materou fls. i did- t know that was in the police department's. >> alisyn: handbook. >> cis nazavon: or and trvualw,s s tomething they would crowd control we have he got to remove cars blocking certain areas and m3 re sure everyone is safe and don't forget the confetti, m3 re sure to o bing that in the explishes >> dave: a little odd. >> alisyn: and the authority
on the parade. >> dwaseav you were there, rick. >> rick: all of the macy's confetti are tiny pilifes, iphos edot lanre thied, iphosd tine, tiny pieces. >> alisyn: you smell a rat. somene ody did bring it. >> from elsewhere, somebody shredded. so what if there's a nine digit phone tayoneer. >> oh, well. a name with it? >> let's put yours up on the gsreen right now. >> don tab use my nnwe and we can all make up any nine digit numbers. >> cis nazavon: trby, what are u he doing to do with the. >> alisyn: prank call it. >> claazavon: sign somprepne up for the cheese of the month club. >> rick: if you have my address, i'll gha,e my sat ou f s tlifurity tayoneer. >> clayton: if you put my number on the screen, sign me ono for a cheese of the month. >> lsfir: next few days across the northeast looking cool and aexplep s the coast, in philadels. we might be seeing snow and maybe accomincpating snow nothing over an inch or two, but enough maybe to get you
into the holiday spirit, too early for that i think maybe not. we've got snow aexplep s parts f michi isn into ohio and light, not going to cause any big problems and yesterday, pre3 egy s tignificant snow aexp lower peninsula of michigan and spots in a foot of snow and l3 re efflift snow bands and this isn tab that, it's another quick dusting moving through and aexplep s the west, continisheng to see some moisture scream in across southern parts of idaho into wyoming and montana and a isin, that's pretty light as well and it's not going to cause any travel problereal, today may s.e the last travel day for people headed back home. and high tthey aperatrbres mare into the morn plains and not that bad across the south and cool towards the southeast and tomorrow another batch of colder air moving in across the far northern plains and overall looking good. and next snowstorm potentially tuesday across parts of the northeast and rain to the west on wevelesday. guys. >> clayton: thanks, rick, coming up on the shooint
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jonathan hoenig. >> good morning. >> alisyn: why not play fiscal chick and and scare the other side to get your way. >> fright is not, americans are frightened and they don't know what's coming forward, whether you're joe six-pack with 10,000 in brokerage account or more importantly a multi-million dollar or billion dollar company who maybe wants to invest in a plant or jobs, how can you plan 30 years out when our own government can't legally plan 37 days out? that's a tremendous amount of uncertainty and what is known as a capital strike. capital just literally goes on strike and it's not productive. so, yes, i think that the government in this case is holding not only the american consumer hostage, but the economy as well. production can't continue as long as this uncertainty. >> alisyn: jonathan, they don't think that they are he' holding the american people hostage, they think they're
standing on principle so when both sides think they are he' standing on principle, how are they ever going to meet in the middle by december 31st? >> well, and the president's standing on principle and standing on the wrong principle. he's standing on the principle that the rich have to pay for entitlement state. obama believes that the rich have to pay for his entitlement spending, the result of course is more redistribution, less wealth. less production and who will he blame when the time comes if the economy is weak? he'll blame the rich of course. yes, people are standing on principles and i think they are he' standing on the wrong principles, that's government spending and control creates wealth. we know it doesn't, but yet, that seems to be the direction at least many on the left want to bring us down. >> alisyn: let's say the worst happens and let's say that the fiscal cliff, we did go over it for whatever reason both sides can't reach an agreement by january 1st aen we go over it. is there any way to undo the fiscal cliff, how long would it take to undo it? >> i think, alisyn the fiscal
cliff is contributing to uncertainty in the short-term. i think an even worse scenario long-term than going over the cliff would be continuing down this path. more spending and more redistribution, there's a time when the path needs to be fixed not just proverbial saying goes, kicking the can down the road. so, you know, i think even if we've got a resolution, which didn't suit the republicans,exa some up tick in the economy because what we're seeing now is economic lethargy, total economic stagnation because people are reluctant to commit capital and how can they again, look 30 years down the line when our own government can't look a couple of weeks. >> during the the campaign, joe biden floated something that some people thought might be the new plan, maybe he was foreshadowing something he says, and taxes need to be raised on people making a million dollars and above. and the president said 200,000 for an individual or above. do you think that could be the compromise? >> i think unfortunately that
might be the compromise, might be the compromise and the wrong answer and the insistence that the so-called rich, as you pointed out. is it 200, 250, half a million, what not. if they foot the bill for endless spending and entitlement state. that's not the solution, that will continuing us down the road doesn't lead to jobs or wealth or a strong economy for anyone. so we need a solution, i wish it was more of a capitalist solution, one that involved less redistribution of wealth and less government spending and intervention, but at this point, the investment class, i think, is holding up their hands and saying, how can we live long-term, the government can't see straight ahead its own face. >> alisyn: jonathan, we'll he see what happens when lawmakers supposedly get to work on the fiscal cliff issue. thanks for coming in and joining us. >> thanks, alisyn. >> alisyn: a boxing legend who once shared the ring with oscar de la hoya, after being
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next um, how many states are trying to keep cursive writing alive in schools and california the most he recent to join the fights and most states are opting to cut out cur vief writing. >> dave: i love the cursive. >> clayton: finally, at least $50, how much you'll have to drop in the slot for caviar from a vending machine. high brow vending machine located at one los angeles mall, first of its kind in the u.s. who wants fish eggs out of a vending machine? >> yeah. >> clayton: it's disgusting. all right. dave. >> dave: and quite certain that those that eat caviar don't use vending machines, but hector macho commacho was a legend out of the ring, and including this one, macho took down boxing great, sugar ray leona leonard. >> and defending sugar ray,
that was a bit past his prime. sadly he was taken off life support and died yesterday after being shot in his home town in puerto rico, 50 years old. here to talk about the life and legacy for show box and boxing historian, good to see steve. >> thank you, steve. >> dave: he was an interesting character in and out of the ring, a showman, an entertainer, not just a good boxer, are you surprise the way the sad story ended. we should say, drugs were found where he was shot and he had some drug and crime issues out of the ring. >> unfortunate with some boxers some in common and sad. i can't say that anyone who knew him and i was there at
his debut right down the block was that surprised by something like this. >> dave: why? >> because even when he was starting as a boxer, he was living on the edge. there was always drug use, there was always partying. he was an entertainer and he didn't seem to be able to turn off, you know, that part of him when he was outside the ring and he had one good time, great smile, always an entertainer, always a character, but didn't take care of himself and very self-destructive. >> dave: the guy was a very good boxer for over three decades and considering a fight coming back, i think next year, right at age 50. and i don't remember him as one of the all time greats myself. i think of sugar ray and the others, obviously de la hoya and others in that class, is he one of the true greats and a hall-of-famer. >> i think the reason he's not a hall-of-famer, was expectations. when he turned pro at madison
square gardens, anyone there said he's exceptional, in hand speed could match anybody. and he was a great fighter for a short period of time and all too short and 1986 he got pounded in the fight and won a close decision, a controversial decision, but got hit a lot and never happened to him before and lost his nerve. even though he fought how many more years, 24 more years, he was never the same fighter and never really realized his potential. >> dave: the great fighters today still remain no heavy weights right now. was there a lesson learned from guys like pacquiao and mayweather that they haven't had that sort of out of the ring trouble. they have saved their money. was there any legacy in terms of learning what he did wrong? >> unfortunately, no. not in boxing, no. no, it's the same mistakes that have been made for 120, 130 years. fighters who are ill-equipped to handle the fame and the money suddenly are millionaires, and suddenly make the big dollars, as commachoo did and have no idea
to handling it and squandering not only their money, but the talent. >> dave: the one fight that everyone loves boxing is waiting for mayweather pacquiao, will it ever happen? >> sure doesn't look like it. the fact that even still being talked about two or three years after it should have happened is amazing from a historical perspective never been a fight that could generate this kind of income both fighters making upwards of 60, 70 million dollars for one night's work, it's never not happened. this is the first time in boxing history a fight of this magnitude has not made. >> dave: get that fight, make it and and steve, show box, good to see you, steve. >> dave: would you be okay with your son asking for a baby doll for christmas or your daughter asking for toy gun and shaking things up with a gender neutral catalog. ♪
>> you're laughing, thanksgiving. >> alisyn: bring it on. >> have you put up your christmas tree yet. >> dave: my neighbors did. i like they sprinkle in the christmas movie and all of a sudden after thanksgiving, the gloves are off 24/7. >> clayton: i'm doing the christmas tree today. are you guys doing yours. >> alisyn: in december. >> dave: december, i'm with you. how about this? a lot of people toys "r" us and big black friday deals, the troys you need under the tree. and a swedish toys "r" us decided we'll go gender neutral for items in the store, dolls and toy guns, no longer just for the boys and no longer baby dolls just for the girls. >> alisyn: what they've done in the catalogs, they have
girls posing with toy guns and boys with dolls and kitchens and sweden is on the forefront of the gender neutral battle in their schools and they have even done away with pronounce, him and her. >> dave: come on. >> alisyn: yes. so they're upping the ante one step further, but if you dial that back a little bit. isn't it okay for girls to play with whatever toys they want to play with and-- >> yes, in the catalog, if the girl wants a gun, fine. if a boy wants a doll. give them a visual in the category and allow them to wrap their arms around it. >> well, the kids are so visual, they can think, but they're also swayed incredibly by marketing and materials. so if they're raised their whole life to see pink and frilly outfits that's what they gravitate to. >> you brought it up with your daughter. >> i mean, yeah, when my daughter mixes it up with the boys, the recess every day at
school despite her taunting them. this'll go through a toy category, they will he' look at things they want. not looking boys or girls. >> alisyn: that's great. because i think there are some kids who think when they see marketing they think they don't have permission to do something or like something and my daughter i was saying having a very tough problem in her second grade class because the boys gravitate to the legos and the girls gravitate to drawing or the kitchen and she wants to go to the leg heos and she's made steps to bust open the boundaries and going to the legos and the boys are like what are you-- she's the rosa parks of the second great class and the boys are like when they're established. >> clayton: and in sweden, for several years the debate is so strong in pt-- sweden in the forefront for equal time for fathers. >> dave: equal.
>> alisyn: and love that. >> clayton: a lot of men who stay home with the kids and the women-- not just about the delivery, it's about the rearing of the child, which is a completely separate item by the way, and men stay home and raise the child and women maybe want to go back to work earlier and more equal time divided there for paternity time and maternity time. >> dave: skeptical here. >> alisyn: it's a thought provoking topic in terms of whether you think the kids should be allowed to see her kids in catalogs playing with am i toys, let knauus know what you think. >> friends on twitter. >> alisyn: headlines, new reports this morning, that in the weeks before the election, the obama administration tried to speed up the process of putting permanent rums in place when it comes to the unmanned drone strikes in case president obama did not win reelection. the new york times reports two officials were saying, so the
new president would inherent new standards and procedures and jept and state department argued for more restraint. tragedy in bangladesh, a fire races through a garment factory killing at least 112 workers. many people were trapped at staircases gave way and there were no emergency exits. no word yet on the cause of this fire. this fire is reminiscent of devastating triangle shirt waist factory back in new york city in 1911 in which 146 garment workers were killed. and they started-- dave, what am i doing reading sports? >> go ahead, it's about gender and switching. >> alisyn: yeah. >> dave: and boys could have dolls and toys catalog and you can read a notre dame story. >> alisyn: you have to go with your strong suit. it's not about gender.
>> dave: your daughters can play with the legos. >> alisyn: i'm going to do is phonetically. they started the season unranked and dismissed as contenters after 12 undefeated games notre dame going to the first title game since 1988. and funny because no current player was born in 1988 >> that is funny, alisyn. >> alisyn: irish taking on the trojans, rittic up the middle for the score and the irish by 9. usc won't go quietly. red shirt freshman matt wittek hooks up at the 5. and trojan on the 1, but in true fighting spirit notre dame wouldn't cave and makes a goal line stand and kicking to miami. irish win 22-13. >> dave: and going to play who
in the national title game. >> alisyn: the trojans? >> who just played in that game they get alabama and georgia in the sec title game and most think it will be alabama and ohio state also go undefeated, but ncaa means no post season for them. >> alisyn: i knew that. >> clayton: ohio state. good job, alisyn. >> alisyn: thank you, clayton. >> dave: your daughter can play with legos. >> clayton: apparently pinochio wasn't far off what happens when you tell the lie. >> no, ma'am. >> you don't say. >> clayton: your nose may not grow when you tell a lie, but it does get hotter. and spanish researchers say telling a lie triggers a part of your brain that controls body temperature and the anxiety of fibbing causes the temperature in the tip of your nose to go up. >> alisyn: is that true? wow, yours is on fire. >> clayton: wow. your hands are frozen. so, we balance each other out.
>> alisyn: good stuff. >> dave: wow. all right, let's get to rick reichmuth who has a check of our weather. >> clayton: rick, as a weather guy do you notice as often as you lie. >> rick: i thought it was just booze. >> clayton: and carries the bucket of booze around its neck. >> rick: whiskey nose. >> clayton: whiskey nose, exactly. >> rick: well, it's chilly out here, so, maybe something is happening, maybe that. take a look at the maps and see what's going on and it's cold 34 in new york, 28 in cleveland, 29 in minneapolis and cold across the north and it's cool across parts of the southeast, in fact, 41 in new orleans this morning and 48 in tampa, it's a little chilly as you're headed out across much of florida this morning. take a look forward and look at your forecast for the day today. you we do see snow across the great lakes, light in nature, nothing that's going to cause major problems, but enough to put you in the mood maybe. and down across the southeast, it's all sunshine. i mean, we're talking pure,
sunny skies for at least the bottom half of the country and testimonies a little cooler on the southeast, into the northern plains though, that's where the temperature is cooler, warmer than yesterday, but still cool, nonetheless, we'll see a little snow flying across parts of south dakota and nebraska and light snow as well. across the west where we just have more sunshine and into the pacific northwest a little more sunshine today. a couple of days of break from where we've been seeing so much active weather there and we will see pretty significant rain and snow move back in by the time we get to wednesday and thursday of this week, in the meantime, things are looking absolutely nice across there. a great day for your final holiday travel weekend day, sunday, and no big travel problems expected in any of the nation's airports, guys, back to you. >> alisyn: that is good news. >> dave: coming up, dallas star, larry hagman may have lost his battle with liver cancer, but his legacy goes on. >> fox's catherine herridge
knew him personally and here so share her personal memories and story you'll love to hear. don't miss it. >> alisyn: then, greetings from the grand canyon, your mother's reaction when her daughter sent this picture while on vacation, we'll meet the mom and daughter. >> dave: not cool. >> alisyn: how the felt about getting this picture. ♪ on the edge of glory and i'm hanging on a moment with you ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge, the edge, the edge ♪ . so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers
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>> 25 minutes past the hour, time for quick headlines. three people are critically injured after a fire at the state department. started during maintenance work. one employee suffered life threatening injuries and the other two listed in serious condition. representative peter king is stepping down as chairman of the house homeland security committee.
the move could mean less cash coming into new york to combat terrorism because congressman king made it his mission to ensure that his committee received the amount of federal money it could. >> dave: and meanwhile, larry hagman best known for "dallas", but few knew of his support for organ donation and helped patients fight their fears. >> alisyn: he showed other people his other scar. >> every few years whether at salt lake city, columbus, orlando, minneapolis, louisville, and now here in pittsburgh, i never get tired of saying how much i love these games. on the count of three, show us our wounds of honor. one, two, three. (laughter) . >> alisyn: well, hagman made a
lasting impression on children and daughters and one is catherine herridge who joins us now, great to see you. >> yeah, good to see you, thanks for having me this morning. >> how do you meet larry hagman. >> i hit him in 2008 and he was introduced as mr. hagman and he said call me larry and what did you guys get. peter who at the time was just two, got a liver transplant and i said i was donor and he said, show me your scar, when he didn't get a reaction, okay, you show me your scar, i said whoa, i hardly know you and this broke the ice and he said to me just make me a promise that when peter is older he's never going to be ashamed or embarrassed by the scar, but see it as a badge of honor and i didn't appreciate how empowering this was and really liberating until we got into that opening ceremony at the transplant games and 10,000 people on cue, when he lifted up his shirt all lifted up their shirts or pulled at waist bands to show each other
their scar. it wasn't a stigma having a transplant and he made it something to be proud of and i think that's one of his great legacies, just an a human being. >> in 2008 i think we have some video of your son peter, just a great clip of him running, doing this race and the transplant games, which was fantasticment and we won't ask you to lift your shirt. >> thank you, i think that larry would agree it's a little early. >> alisyn: and what did he do for your son peter and for others? >> well, i think he gave him a real sense of a feeling very liberated by this and that having a transplant was not something to be ashamed of and that you could be fearless and after those games, peter took to flashing people with this scar because he felt so good about it. and just recently, he's six now, he's in first grade and told me that he wants to be a combination seal, cia guy, veterinarian, so take some of my work home with me, isn't it
fabulous that this kid feels this sense of fearlessness and that everything is possible. and i think part of that is from larry hagman and what he did for the whole transplant community that it wasn't something to be ashamed of, but it was something to really showcase in a lot of ways and to feel good about beating back death at that very young age. >> alisyn: so great and katherine because people may not remember the story though you did cover it on fox, you donated a piece of your own liver to your son peter. >> well, that's right. he was born with a rare form of liver disease and when he was five months old i was fortunate enough to be able to donate part of my liver to him and you can see in the pictures of him he's there about nine months old and at that time i never could imagine the day he'd walk across a hospital room, let alone be well enough to race in the transplant games and he's raced in them the last few years, and larry used to have the expression, which was he'd say, catherine we recycle
everything in life, whether it's tin cans or cardboard boxes, why not try and he recycle ourselves as well and that was his attitude towards transplant and i think it's one of his great legacies that maybe not a lot of people know about. >> dave: yeah, more attention needs to be focused on organ donation and isn't is funny, larry hagman, one of the ultimate villains. >> i know. >> dave: one of the true good guys for that. thank you for coming on this morning. >> you're welcome. >> alisyn: and your personal story, thanks so much. if you're like most moms and dads you probably feel like there's not enough time in the day to get things done. our next guest felt that way and now she's leaving the so-called slow parenting movement and stay tuned for tips how to ease your hectic schedule. >> dave: and then imagine one mother's reaction when her daughter sent that picture home while on vacation, turns out it was a prank, it was not
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>> welcome back, what was the ultimate prank for any daughter and her mom fell for it literally. 22-year-old samantha bush took this photo at the grand canyon and seemingly falling off the edge of the chif and couldn't resist sending it to their protective mom nice to see you this morning. i want to start with you, samantha, why did you decide to take this picture? >> well, leading up to my trip to the grand canyon with my boyfriend leo, she was worried
that i was going to either fall off the cliff or the wind would blow me over and said it five days up to it, kind of said it every single day like ten minutes so while we were there i saw a perfect angle spot where i could get down and take a picture of me falling off the cliff since she was so worried that was going to happen. >> clayton: when she texted this photo and went viral posted on read it.com and it was a hit. what do you think when you saw this picture of your daughter. >> i had to pause for a second, thinking okay, where are is she and turn on the gps locator on her phone which she had off, and i just realized, okay, yeah, i realized, i know she's in the grand canyon and hasn't taken a digital forensics class and i thought it's real, but i knew it wasn't, i knew it had to be staged at one point, but she scared everyone at the office as well so she sent it to the whole office she got me for
about 30 seconds. >> and this is what i love about the photo, is that the notion someone would instead of help you, they would snap a photo. >> yes, that would be my boyfriend so the first words that came out of her mouth was, that's not how your boyfriend wins brownie points with me if that's true. >> clayton: it's a perfectly composed photo, but i understand you've done this before, right? samantha, you have other pictures in other things you continually like to harass your mom. >> well, yes. >> yes. >> and i think, i think it's all in jest, and i just try and joke with her as much as i can. >> she's been that way since she was little, seriously, since the age of five and it's not just me, i think i was telling her in the car reminder her between catching a leprachaun, santa claus off guard the whole nine yards she's been creative let's say. >> i think the one thing got worse for college roommates, kristin and katie ab pull
pranks on them all the time so i'm kind of known to pull a little fra pranking. >> in good fun. >> and pay back a when she's a mom herself. >> when the practical jokes end or start all over again. thanks for joining us for more "fox & friends." e than you ha. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] now all you need is a magic carriage. citi price rewind. buy now. save later.
>> good morning, everyone, it's sunday, november 25th, i'm alisyn camerota, here is what's happening. it's make or break time for the looming fiscal cliff as congress heads back to work tomorrow. if they cannot reach an agreement. taxes on nearly every american will go up and economists warn it will spark another recession. >> and classes in cairo, for and against egyptian president morsi, is it time for the obama administration to intervene here? chris wallace weighs in coming up. >> a classroom conundrum,
should schools save cursive writing? don't write it off as a hot topic and e-mails are pouring in. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now and we have two more hours of the show. >> boy. ♪ >> and this is he no time to be doing math unless you're a lawmaker on capitol hill and doing a lot of math. >> hopefully. >> right. >> they're putting it back to work, you think as the fiscal cliff looms that a few weeks left to go and we all predicted this was going to happen. post election, we knew it was going to cram and come together and dana perino says she's so glad she wasn't working in washington. she knew this would happen. >> the new senate's first task likely to fix itself. don't hold your breath. a long way from that. >> what's happening, lawmakers will return to capitol hill
tomorrow and get to work they say, and try to find some common ground to avert the fiscal cliff. >> clayton: peter doocy live with where they stand post turkey day. >> hey, clayton, falling off the fiscal cliff would put the u.s. economy right back in recession and drive the jobless rate up to 9.1% by the end of next year according to the congressional budget office. and that would not be good, but speaker of the house, john boehner along with mitch mcconnell represents republicans at the negotiating table, says he's open to finding the federal government more ways it take in money. >> to show our seriousness, we'll put revenue on the table as long as it's accompanied by significant spending cuts. and while we're going to continue to have revenue on the table.
for my colleagues to show the american people that we're serious about cutting spending and solving our fiscal dilemma. but, just because speaker boehner says he backs new revenue doesn't mean we should expect him to suddenly support a big tax increase for the wealthiest americans. >> president obama wants to let the bush era tax cuts expire, so, the top marginal tax rate would rise from 35% to 39.6% and that's going to be a major sticking point in the next month or so, but a month might be all it takes to make a deal because the senate majority leader harry reid seems to think that something can be done by mid december. >> we have a cornerstone of being able to work something out. we're both going to have to give up some of the things that we know are a problem and so, it's like when we alive at a point where we all know something has to be done, there's no more, let's do it
some other time. >> clayton:. >> reporter: some of the special interests stepping forward to see if they can convince congress coming their way, casinos legalizing online poker written in into a potential deal and supporters of the increase in the 18.4 cent per gallon gasoline tax and state highway and road builders, back to you in new york. >> clayton: everyone wants something, thanks, peter. >> alisyn: i've heard people say, why not hit the fiscal cliff? why not play chicken and get the other side to cave, not economists, okay, just dinner party, cocktail conversation, and jonathan koenig, deals with money all the time, says that would be the worst would be thing and people don't realize quite now frightening hitting the fiscal cliff is. and in fact, the cbo says it would thrust us into another recession. >> here is jonathan earlier on "fox & friends." take a listen. >> obama believes that the rich has to pay for his
entitlement spending and the result is of course more redistribution and less wealth, less production and when the time comes, the economy is so weak he'll blame the rich of course. i think they're standing on the wrong principles and that's that soft spending and control creates wealth and we know it doesn't and that seems to be the direction that at least many on the left want to bring us down. >> you heard what side he's on. and else's on the side of not increasing taxes. but they have to find some common ground though it's hard to see what that will be today. >> well, it's going to be a courageous time for john boehner, does he hold down? he's one guy you want want to be right now. even if he's in a deal he's going to want to have him out. >> he's he been on conference calls with every member of the republican caucus and had to lay this out for all of them and some republicans have gone out and sort of fallen in line with him and others spoken out
publicly, under no circumstances will i raise taxes, it will be interesting where they raise revenue. can they do it by lightning deductions and-- >> they do the write-offs and the deductions. >> but the president had one to raise on the wealthiest americans. >> dave: the president two years ago says we cannot raise taxes with the growth levels. >> alisyn: not that president, the election president. >> dave: my mistake, everyone. >> alisyn: it's hard to know what they will do, but this week should be telling. let's get to your headlines now, and tell you what's happening in the world and the muslim brotherhood is calling for massive protests in egypt, with morsi and the recent power grab. >> you can see there violent clashes between police and protesters have continued overnight. and the muslim brotherhood calls the demonstrations
against president morsi irresponsibility and opponents are trying to topple the regime so they can take over power. and morsi's critics say thousands of camped out in tahrir square and the latest decree. and this is an 80 foot yacht in flames off the miami coast and three people on board had no choice, but to jump off the boat into the water and they had to be rescued by the coast guard. and they tried to extinguish the fire, worth 750,000 and a million dollars. luckily, no one was hurt and no word yet on what caused that fire. >> and there was scary moments for passengers on board a plane trying to land in kentucky after the pilot had to apull up to avoid the others on the runway, and one of the passengers on board said everyone on board could see what was about to happen and they were scared and rehe leafed as the plane did not
attempt to land and the pilot was able to land safely on the second try. check this out. an accident leaves a truck driver dangling off the side of a bridge and it happened in the town of beaverton, oregon, rescuers raced to the scene and tried to rescue it, look how scary that one. they used a cherry picker to rescue the driver. the driver was not injured, but was arrested for driver under the influence. that's not a parking space, mr. driver. >> clayton: you're right he said earlier, a billboard for trying to talk other people out of drunken driving. >> dave: i've got my billboard to teachers around the country and a simple message and camera, can you zoom in and see that, that's my cursive writing and i just simply asked please keep cursive writing alive and i did sign that and yes, i write in cursive you often make fun of
me. >> twirly letters. >> alisyn: i don't make fun of you. but i do think you're very sentimental about it. why do you want cursive writing. >> clayton: i don't care, i hate cursive. >> dave: it's the written word that i want it stick around and i want letters and personal correspondence to stay around and i don't think scribbling print the way we do is a nice way of doing that. and this is a good way to communicate on paper. >> alisyn: and when you-- >> the argument is in some of schools in alabama, california, georgia and maine have added cursive requirements to their education curriculums and other states are looking to get rid of them as a waste of time. if you've got seven hours in a school day to focus on certain topics and improve and prepare us for the next generation and the next 20 years of the kid's lives. cursive to me is at the bottom of the pile. we do everything with
technology and learn in code. you know $100,000 jobs for people to be computer programmers. >> dave: in third grade? >> why not. we've had kids on the show nine years old built apps and now making millions of dollars. get them to learning things that can benefit them down the line. who writes in cursive, but for one letter a year. >> alisyn: miniature clayton. i will say that my cursive writing has completely deteriorated since i used the computer 0 so much. you have to use it or lose it so it's kind of going away. i agree the handwritten letter is a thing. >> clayton: maybe not the amount of time we spend on the twirly letters. tell us what you think on email@example.com. >> rick: coming from the two people who send christmas cards with no written words on it, just pictures of their kids. >> alisyn: me? >> yeah. >> alisyn: i don't write you a message because i know you're going to throw it out. >> we know what you do.
>> rick: okay, okay, so do you write letters on your christmas cards. >> alisyn: yes, just not to you. >> rick: okay no, and you certainly won't be writing one now. and those days are dwan, oh, well. and temperatures tonight. a cold one especially across parts of the southeast, freeze and cross warnings across north florida and protect any plants you might have outside, but in general no big storms out there, we have this little batch of snow moving across michigan and moving down towards ohio and upstate new york, an inch or two of snow falling from that, think about it, it's sunday after thanksgiving, so many people may be flying today and without a lot of precipitation on the map, that's good news. we have a little bit of rain across parts of idaho and a little snow into the higher elevations and that's extremely light and all of these things are really good news for us. temperature-wise, cool, but nothing all that cold for us, a little better across the northern plains and tomorrow,
colder air move back in here, 20 degrees in minneapolis, and then we'll warm up a little bit across the parts of the south. >> thanks, brother. coming up following egyptian president morsi's power grab, egypt is in chaos. why are we hearing crickets from the administration, should they intervene here. anchor of fox news sunday chris wallace next. >> and confetti confidential. and police documents shredded and used as confetti at the macy's day parade. is our security at risk? who did this anyway? ♪ i'm falling to pieces when these come together,
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stunning move for egypt's president to grant him power in that country, senator john mccain said this on twitter. says that president morsi should renounce his power grab before things get out of hand and they've remained silent thus far on the controversy, is that the wise thing to do? >> joining us now is the anchor of fox news sunday chris wallace with the answers and he's the sooth sayer we bring in for such an occasion. >> hey, guys, so is the president's move right now the smart one given sort of past history dealing with other eruptions in the middle east, tunisia, libya and syria and so forth, look at what's happening there today? >> well, now, you can give him the benefit of the doubt and say let's wait and see what happens this week. morsi announced his power grab on thursday, but you would think that the administration in the form of the president or the secretary of state is going to have to come out and speak this week and now,
there's an old saying that in an emerging democracy like egypt, the most important election isn't the first one because that one gets held, it's the second one, the question is always, do people take power under election then grab power and there are no more elections and that's really the question here, is this, as morsi claims an attempt to get a constitution written or an islamist coup? because remember, morsi was one of the leaders of the muslim brotherhood and are they trying to seize all power and it will turn into an islamist dictatorship like mubarak? >> and clearly, john mccain, who is on your show today, feels strongly about this. and they're saying they will he' be measured in their response, but they were not measured when morsi had the cease-fire and president obama called him personally and hillary clinton thanked him and susan rice thanked him for
their leadership and they were not measured at all in quickly thanking him and congratulating him for brokering the peace deal in the first place, right? >> that's right. one of the questions people have did morsi, it was less than 24 hours after he had helped broker the cease-fire, that was a good thing and had gotten the praise from hillary clinton hillary clinton. that he made the grab for the power and said that all decrease are beyond the review of the courts. and disempowered the judiciary and when it came to checks and balances to him. and did he think now that i've got the support of the u.s. could i use this as a cover to make the power grab and obviously the people in the streets and tahrir square and people burning the brotherhood offices in playses li es alexan, they think it's a worry that thr he' turning democracy into
a dictatorship. >> another interesting wrinkle is it all of the aid, financial aid that egypt gets from the united states, and even the imf, and apparently had agreed to 4.8 billion dollar loan from the imf. contingent on developing democracy and clearly talking to john mccain about what happens this week as well in washington and tune into fox news sunday today for the exclusive. chris, great to see you. >> thank you, guys. >> coming up, do you suffer from parental overload? >> kindergarten bake sale. i don't know how she does it. >> is that movie clip was like a scene out of your own life. our next guest says it's time to slow down and got great advice how to hit the pause button that will benefit your whole family. >> i can't wait to hear that. >> point, click, shop, tomorrow is cyber monday. that's my day, a day to snag great buys from your own home.
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>> i like all women around the world, the birthday party scenes and pirates and pop stars, things to buy, paper towels, pork chops-- >> and for a boy or girl. make a play date for emily with the kid that doesn't fight. >> and-- >> that's the scenario of manging checklists, juggling, work, play dates and birthday parties seems all too familiar and it does. maybe it's time to slow it down. our next guest is a parent of the slow parenting movement.
>> the author of fed up with frenzy. and good to see you and scenario is familiar and added sports to that you're shuttling between eight different athletic activities and what was the moment you said, okay, we need to slow this down and why. >> a distinct moment for me. thank you for having me here. thrilled to be here. >> the moment came for us at the school drop off zone and the parents pull up. >> circle, stop for five seconds, open up the door and you're off. >> for us that seemed too frenzied and a little too out of balance. what we did, we made a small change and parked the car a few blocks from school and started walking in a school and one small change made a huge difference in our lives in terms of the time we had, the fond memories and we made and just walking that ten minutes so i advocate to parents to make a small change like that. >> alisyn: that's great. that's one tenant of the slow
parenting movement that you're heading. here is another one. make meal time meaningful. how do you do that? >> again, i know parents are so busy, everybody is stressed and people don't know how they are he' going to slow their busy lives so i suggest taking something that you're already doing, perhaps having a meal together, which is wonderful family time, or making a meal together. and so, i suggest that people have fun meal time conversations and sometimes kids don't respond to how is your day and just as adults don't always respond, but i have lots of fun tips in the book, like what color was your day or what flavor ice cream was your day, things that kids might respond to and might get them to reveal something they won't reveal ordinarily. >> dave: we tried doing this at thanksgiving and my kids weren't registering and pumpkin pie. and i'm guilty of number three where my son just stopped one sport and saying how do we replace the sport in this upcoming session, do you need to say no, every once in a while. >> you do, actually, especially at holiday time.
a particularly frenzied time because we want everything to be perfect. we want the perfect home, want our kids to do every activity and want to envoy everything, and i'm saying, sometimes you have to say no, and choose one or two favorite activities, one or two sports at a time. one or two holiday activities and if you missed something, you can do it again later. sometimes the couple things will be become beloved family traditions and let go of the frenzy and have important down time. >> here is one that's hard for everybody, give electronics the day off. what are you supposed to do with the 24 hours? >> fortunately, a lot of ideas in my book for fun, low key, easy games, crafts, things that many of us forgot how to do. >> i advocate giving electronics, if not the day off. an hour and 15 minutes after dinner, go for a walk around the neighborhood, and enjoy your family and enjoy your time, and your kids want to be with you and spend time with you, if we can make the small changes and they will have a
huge impact in our lives. >> i'm staying off the ipad and iphone after the show, i promise. the book is "fed up frenzy, slow parenting in a fast moving world", great tips. i hope we put them into practice. >> alisyn: i can tell you, one game of monopoly can burn about five hours. >> there you go. >> alisyn: all right. thanks so much. coming up, smokers being asked to foot the bill for obamacare in the form of a huge surcharge. is the government punishing tobacco users? fair and balanced debate coming up. >> dave: and secret police files used as confetti at the macy's thanksgiving day parade? you won't believe what was shared in the confetti, lying around the street. that's next. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion.
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>> all right. women back, it's-- welcome back. it's time for your shot of the mother. here is the photo, mom. and seemed to be hanging over the edge of the grand canyon, she didn't seem like, she is. it wasn't a photo shop, but turned out to be a joke because she's standing on a ledge underneath and safely she was standing there and talked to her mom and rebecca earlier on the show. >> she's worried that i was
going to either fall off the cliff or the wind would blow me over and said it like five days up to it, just kind of said it every single day for like ten minutes so while we were there i saw a perfect angle spot i could get down and take a picture of falling off the cliff since she was so worry. >> i knew it had to be staged and scared everyone at the office as well and sent it to the whole office. >> and samantha. >> she got me for about 30 seconds. >> and she plays these kinds of tricks on her mom and her pay back when she's a mom herself. what i loved about the photo, when we put it back up. like, the face, the idea na instead of trying to help you, honey, lets me grab my camera. >> your boyfriend who took the picture and he want today get the shot instead of help her and we have a picture, get it cued up. and her and her boyfriend hanging off the side of the mountain. >> do we. >> it's great. >> multiple angles. >>. >> alisyn: well, take my word
for it, i'll play it off the show. all right. have your headlines and tell you what else is happening in the world because it's called the worst factory fire ever in bangladesh's history and at least 110 workers have been killed in a garment factory that ripped through a seven story building and that is expected to rise sadly. fire crews say many people were trapped as staircases gave way and no emergency exits. this fire is reminisce september of the triangle shirt waist factory wifire in new york city in 1911 where 146 were killed. a man gets through airport security with a woman's boarding pass. and charles bailey checked into the tampa airport and boarding pass. without looking at it. headed through security and before he boarded the flight he noticed the game on his boarding pass said natalie shipman. >> when i realized this, i was
startled and it's highly disturbing with everything that goes on in the travel to affect citizens and this just shouldn't occur. >> alisyn: and bailey told the gate agent about the problem and he had printed an extra boarding pass at home and allowed to get on his flight and when asked about the incident, the tsa says each passenger is thoroughly screened before getting on the plane, okay, just not the boarding pass. >> clayton: how do you get through, you've got to get the squiggly. >> dave: and cross reference the name. >> alisyn: and don't call him shirl shirley. >> dave: let's talk sports now, an indianapolis colts cheerleader going above on beyond, and cheerleader megan agreed to shave her head shoo she raised $10,000, in time.
and mascot blue, after raising 22,000, megan a living up to her promise and blue will bring out the buzzer and shave her head and megan was on "fox & friends" earlier this week to talk about it. we're going to visit a lot of children's hospitals afterwards and i want to be an inspiration to those girls and women with cancer to show you're beautiful even without hair. >> and the colts organization raised over $250,000 in honor of this man chuck pagano, inspired this seem. and a beautiful young woman willing to shave her head. how long to grow back. >> alisyn: i don't know the answer to that, because my hair is like a chia pet you add water and it springs. i don't know what a normal person. >> dave: well, megan will be on the show tomorrow morning and we can't wait to see what
it looks like. >> clayton: you said it's common knowledge in the cheerleaders only let now the first names, why is that. i didn't know that. >> dave: weirdos out there like track down the cheerleaders. >> clayton: gotcha. >> alisyn: oh, there are weirdos. >> dave: a few guys that want phone numbers of cheerleaders hard to believe. >> clayton: cheerleaders aren't attractive. >> alisyn: and let's talk about this story, the macy's day parade on thanksgiving, all the partiers and parade goers were there. there's a great moment when confetti rains down from the heavens, but this confetti was peculiar, it has sensitive and classified information on it. >> clayton: like this, her son is mentally ill is written on there and other information, like the mitt romney parade-- i'm sorry, mitt romney. >> dave: route. >> clayton: route motorcade out. and he found some of it, a crowd revellers, he picked it up and this is what he said. >> picked up a handful an and start going through it and we
noticed more social security numbers and there are more addresses, phone numbers. >> clayton: so social security, phone numbers, sensitive police information found on all of this, all of these documents ooh. >> dave: eigright there. logo, ncpd, nassau county police department, and give it away and they say it's not unusual for people to throw their own confetti, from buildings and along portions of the route and macy's is not aware of where the confetti comes from, it's not something that the parade distributes for you, and rick reichmuth is there and he's there every year and macy's brings in their confetti. >> alisyn: all color pieces. >> dave: that's not their stuff. how that got there. >> alisyn: well, the nassau police department is wondering that. their statement, the nassau county police department is
concerned about this, and we'll be conducting an investigation into the matter and the sensitive materials. >> clayton: i thought the police were supposed to be making sure everybody is safe, i didn't realize they were supposed to bring confetti. >> alisyn: they're not and maybe somebody went through the dumpster. >> clayton: and here is something plaguing us, dave briggs a year ago texted me and put it up on twitter. furious about seeing a woman at church, right, wearing yoga pants. >> dave: that was my breaking point. that broke me, i had-- just fed up at that point. they're nice, they're loving, comfortable, i get it, they're not an excuse to not get dressed. don't wear them to church, don't wear them to work and you wear them primarily for yoga. >> clayton: the other night on black friday the reason people stormed into a victoria's secret because at midnight or whatever it was, $12.95 for
the victoria secret yoga pants and that's what spawned the whole debate. >> alisyn: and that sent dave off the deep end and this many people, dave, will soon be wearing yoga pants to places you might spot them. for instance, car pickup. >> dave: fine you don't get out of the car. >> clayton: a list of interesting one on a mom blog. the places they can be worn. >> alisyn: doctor's office, hair dresser. >> no. >> alisyn: not hair dresser. and here is what david in virginia wrote to us, so many women just phoned it in these days when it comes to their appearance, workout clothing is to be worn only when you're working out. >> clayton: and david sent that e-mail in sweat pants. >> alisyn: i'm sure. >> clayton: patricia writes this morning, yoga pants can be worn anyplace, it depends on what's worn with them. heels or cute flats, a blazer, a ruffled blouse and pearls.
>> alisyn: heels? >> heels with yoga pants. >> alisyn: okay, patricia. >> dave: and here is what theresa says, yoga pants are fine around the house, working out, cleaning, yardwork, even to a friend's for coffee. not on the plane, store or public places. no pajama pants either goes for men, too, maybe instead of a pre-nup these days a yoga pants contract and here is what-- it should go for the guys, too. >> alisyn: yeah, i think so. pam weighed in on my twitter account@alisyn camerota. i saw a woman shopping at wal-mart last night in a bathrobe and slippers, if that's appropriate, yeah, i guess yoga pants are. we're lowering the bar. >> clayton: why do people feel the need to wear pajamas, when they go out to shop. >> alisyn: i don't want to waste time getting dressed. j. >> dave: reichmuth, yea or nay? >> i feel there's nothing good
to add to this. >> rick: i cannot believe how much that seems to be the fashion wardrobe that people wear now days. >> alisyn: guilty as charge. >> clayton: as bill o'reilly would say, lazy, lazy, lazy, he said it best. >> alisyn: comfortable. >> rick: take a look at a picture out of mississippi, a chilly morning across areas of the south and we're just a little south of haties burg and there is frost on the ground there. a beautiful shot, the frost on the ground, the little lake, and fall trees changing, and 29 degrees currently there, getting up to about 66 and not a bad warm-up. keep sending your pictures, rick reichmuth on twitter or my facebook page, across the northeast another cold day similar to yesterday, a lake effect snow, a little more sunshine across coastal areas and another cold one, and down to the southeast, we just had pure sunshine and i tell you what, everywhere here, a complete, sunny day and spectacular one, and a little
cool especially across georgia into the carolinas, into the northern planes, the lake effect snow again, just very light and temps better than yesterday, still cool, and maybe a few flurries as well across parts of south carolina and nebraska and across the west, more sunshine, in fact, into the pacific northwest, a better day today. maybe a few clouds, but not any significant precipitation, your next batch of rain we'll send to northern california and oregon and washington wednesday. all right, guys, back to you inside. >> clayton: thanks, rick. coming up on the show, don't worry if you didn't score any black friday deals, tomorrow is cyber monday, we'll tell you which offers are a click away and if you missed some of the tv discounts and things like that, don't worry being tomorrow is your day. . >> dave: group on, baby. >> clayton: dave has an addiction, the only remedy is groupon. ♪
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>> tomorrow my big day, cyber monday where deal with be found without moving your butt off the couch. dave on in yoga pants. and edith she has analyzed this stuff. >> nice to see you. >> clayton: a lot of people were upset because we did great black friday deals and saying we got to the wal-mart and told us they were sold out the night before and had to drive across town to find one tv left. and cyber monday. >> a lot of retailers are having the deals all week long, it's not just cyber monday, it's cyber week and mentioning wal-mart they're doing that and same thing with target and just to give you some numbers and background,
177 million people are expected to log on for cyber monday and online sales up 12% this year you cans just to put that in perspective, 68 billion dollars worth of purchases are supposed to happen on cyber monday. >> and work productivity will plummet. >> online deals were way up on friday, cutting into the brick and mortar stores, let's talk about some of the deals. wal-mart everyone wants their hands on a flat screen during that time of year, what's their deal. >> well, wal-mart is providing the samsung 40 inch led 1080 p flat screen tv, hdtv for 429 dollars and the reason it's a good deal because electronics, i tell people if you want to buy electronics, do it now because there's such an overinventory and start to go bring the prices down and like you said, the inventory is going to start to deplete over the next couple of weeks and so there's that, also, target as well. and they have a tom-tom
portable gps for $79. i don't really drive, but people in the suburbs. >> people that do. >> handy if you're all over. >> and gps on sale probably because of the iphone. >> clayton: and you can download na tom-tom app. and best buy, offering great deals online. >> and best buy is trying to ramp up the online sales and they've had miserable sales in the stores and this is the one that i'm most excited about because i love head phones, beats by dre. they're selling the beats bay dre for $179. usually about 100 more than that, and apparently cute, running with them and-- >> and the styles, i'm a big fan. >> and websites that bring it altogether for you if you don't want to visit 18 different retailers websites, where should we go. >> well, shop cake is a
website, that for example, gives you redeemable points. if you're out there shopping and want to go to kohl's, for example, buy an item and scan it and almost like airline miles and redeem for other things while you're out there and also, retail me not is a coupon aggregator and it's a coupon and what you're going to do, download the app and you can either go online or put it on your phone and down line the app aggregates those coupons that you are using and personalize it as well. en i think my wife uses retail me not and we'll sign up for this particular website and i found a retail me not coupon and saves you 10% and find out if there's a coupon code to use. what i love, too, it's more personal and another one, huckster just came out and that will give you price alerts as the price comes down on the items. what you do, basically works with pinterest and go on, i
want the specific items and put it in a folder for you as the price drops, it alerts you. you can be your own huckster. >> clayton: great information and tomorrow in the offices around the country quite a bit of time people spend online. >> dave: like the super bowl, isn't it? thanks for being in, good information. coming up, protests in cairo, it's the muslim brotherhood and the president assuming absolute power there. are things about to get ugly in the middle east? >> and smokers asked to foot the bill for obamacare in the form of a huge surcharge, are they punishing tobacco users? we'll talk about that coming up. night snoit [ female announcer ] the power to become a better investor has gone mobile. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing.
>> hi, it's time for all of you boys and girls to start filling out the christmas lists, what do you do when all of a sudden your little girl says i want a gun mommy and daddy and little bye says he wants barbie dolls? is that okay? and should they represent that in the catalog so they don't feel like they should fit into a role. >> alisyn: that's what they're doing in sweden, photo shopped pictures of boys into kitchen sets and playing with baby dolls and girls holding toy machine guns and taken the regular catalog you'll be getting in your mailbox and changed it up so it's more gender neutral in sweden because they're on the cutting edge of trying to do thought provoking things, a picture of the girl with the machine gun, and with gender rolls. >> in sweden here is what they
say for several years found that the gender debate has grown so strong in the swedish market we've had to adjust and now, it's interesting if you look at sweden, and i remember reading a piece, maternity leave and paternity leave and try to make it equal not just ten days for men and thee months for women and they try to be gender neutral for the way in which they do things. >> and they go further and there are pre-schools in sweden now, reading about it in the paper they've done away with pronounce and not refer to the students as him or her, they refer to them all as friend, now, that is really-- it's fascinating because there are differences in boys and girls, acknowledge there are differences. >> clayton: well, the catalogs are interesting, they're blue and boys have to feel thr he' only for them and pink, girls only for them. and sections in the stores. kids pay attention to marketing--
>> look at you gender busting. >> dave: i'm wearing pink and in florida they say, men, women, boys, girls, females, males all different and trying to change that is ludicrous. >> you're wearing blue. >> alisyn: proud and gender bending here, aren't we? >> and jc in virginia, my sister had the girly stuff and i had the boy stuff and i can cook, cook and shoot and helping them become more rounded adults. >> do you need to do it in the catalog? i don't think you need to show them a picture that says it's okay. >> clayton: it's letting them decide themselves, not making one section for boys and-- >> and pushing the-- well, dallas star larry hagman may have lost his battle with liver cancer. his legacy lives on. and the actress that played miss niece, charlise tilton
>> good morning. it is sunday november 25th. thank you for joining us at this hour. protest egyptian president's power grab. the muslim brotherhood is encouraging thits brothers to te to the streets also. will things get uglier in cairo. >> make or break time in the fiscal cliff. congress heads back to work tomorrow. will law americas be able to reach a deal in time? >> smokers being asked to foot the bill of obama care in a huge sir charge. we are going to have a debate about this. isn't a pack of cigarettes
already $12. you smoke. >> she is smoking hot. >> nicely done. >> fox & friends hour 4 starts right now. >> that's not glenmore ryes' personal collection that's a museum curator of the houdini museum. we have had a lot of guests who try to get away from us but today there's an escape artist who is going to try to escape from lots of locks on our show live. >> that's really cool. have you ever gone to see some of the ancient houdini stuff he has used in some of the shows? >> no. >> niagara falls had he had a ripley's leave believe it or not. he is going to show us. >> i have been trying to escape
this couch for three hours now. >> we will see in our guests can. >> we have new video to show you have demonstrations in egypt. the protests are expected to escalate today as both the muslim brotherhood and anti president more see protests are taking to the streets. relations between the israelis and palestinians are still on very shaky ground despite that fragile cease fire. >> david lee, looks an awful lot like the arab spring, doesn't it? >> indeed it does. some have said this could be a repeat of what we saw with president must be bmubarak because for the third straight day there have been protests on the streets of cairo against the egyptian president mohammed morrissey. the activists are angry and upset about his new policies and authorities have had to close traffic and barriers around the
square to keep dem strierts away from government buildings. they want the president to rescind an order that issues decree exempt from review. pro islamists run ago new constitution from facing legal challenges. judges called a walkout and protest. the country's muslim brotherhood spor supports the president and tried to burn down the encampment of the demonstrators. they are calling for a million mal demonstration. they are cautioning all americans in cairo to avoid the central part of the city. his actions raise concern over his expansion of power. john mccain tweeted president morrissey should renounce his power grab before things get out of hand. meanwhile in the region despite the cease fire workers in gaza are rebuilding smuggling tunnels two-thirds of which were
destroyed during the conflict. hamas' use of the tunnels was to bring in weapons. hamas' political leader says they will not stop rearming itself. there is no way to relinquish weapons these protect us and no way to stop maintaining them and manufacturing them. thanks to the cease fire agreement israel isn't using the naval blockade againgaza. fisherman were able to travel out some 6 miles to sea which is twice the previous limit and we expect that later this week there will be some indirect talks taking place to implement other parts of this truce. the truce still very fragile but still in place. david lee miller live in jerusalem. back here at home tomorrow congress returns to work. they are getting back to work. >> congratulations. they needed a week off. >> in 37 days left until the fiscal cliff is official unless congress can do something about
it. >> hard to know if there is any common ground at this hour. both sides said they are willing to compromise but nothing brought the two extremes together. president obama dug in his heels saying he still saying any one making 200,000 or more or a family of 250,000 dollars or more their taxes must go up from 35 percent to 39 percent. republicans say that's a nonstarter for them. they don't believe in this economic climate that can happen. >> they have said we can get the same amount of revenue if they close loopholes and cancel some of the tax write-offs. between 750 billion and 800 billion it is a close number. a lot of people say it is about grover norquist and a bleng pledge. i don't believe that is a driving force for house republicans. they don't think it's good in
the economy to race taxes on those who create jobs. >> president obama said that in 2010 right after the mid term beating the busheir raw tax cuts were set to expire and he extended them. a financial expert taking on the president's plan and what it may do for this country. >> it is uncertainty in the short term. a worse scenario long-term than going over the cliff would be continuing on this path more spending more redistribution. it has to be fixed. kicking the can down the road as the saying goes. i think even if we got a resolution which didn't suit the republicans for example you would probably see some up tick in the economy. what we are seeing now is economic leaththargy. how can they look 30 years down the line when our own government can't even look a couple weeks.
>> republicans say there needs to be structural reform to the entitlements. nance is he pelosi is saying what does that mean? >> move the age down. >> perhaps. but they haven't really laid it out. president obama saying yes entitlements i am hope to that. so if there is going to be some bipartisanship now would be the time. >> if you touch rates you have to touch entitlements. there's no indication democrats will do that. >> it will be an interesting week on capitol hill. we will keep you posted as people are talking on the sunday shows. we have headlines to tell you about starting with a close call on the runway in tear fied imag pinnacle airlines flight. they couldn't see another plane coming in. the pilot was able to pull up just in time narrowly avoiding a collision. this happened at the cincinnati northern kentucky airport. my mother and stepfather were flying in last night.
i am hoping she will e-mail lee letting me know she was on the plane. >> she was flying the plain? >> no she was on the plane. the pilot was able to safely land on the second try. people on board this burning yacht had to be rescued the coast guard after being forced to jump ship. no one seriously was hurt. the coast guard fired water cannons to put the fire out. the boat was a total loss and it is said to have been worth between 750,000 to a million dollars. and is this a good idea? bring your gun to work. that's what one alabama lawmaker is pushing for. democratic state senator roger bedford proposed a bill that is aimed at increasing personal safety. it would allow employees to take hand guns to work. a similar bill was done twice before but failed despite support from the national rifle
association. it would require them to keep them locked up. now is not time to worry about constitutional rights when so many people are unemployed. >> the crew is laughing. they know what it would look like here. >> would i still be sitting here? probably not. >> meanwhile a florida woman goes for a joy ride on the back of a manistee a -- man at this. she turned herself in when pictures of the stunt surfaced on-line. she claims she was new in the air yawned didn't roealize it ws illegal to touch the manatee a's. they are charging her with violating the manatee act. >> there's so many easy punch lines there none of which are appropriate this morning. >> oh the humanity. >> that's an easy way out. >> rick, can you top that? >> there are a couple of other jokes.
>> that wasn't the one we were both thinking of. >> all right guys. you see this pink on the map? that's the real polar air mass. it is across canada and into alaska. still cold this morning. 18 degrees in international falls. we have 30s across places like el paso. there is cold air out there right now certainly freezing conditions across mississippi and alabama this morning. we are almost scot-free through out this holiday weekend. another day of that very nice cry contin dry conditions off to the south. there's a disturbance across the great lakes bringing real quick snow showers nothing causing problems on the roadways. little bit of fog over the next few mornings across the pacific northwest. could cause problems on the roadways. temperature wise, though,
looking good today still cool to the north. not bad to the south. it is a little cooler than you typically may be this year. tomorrow a little bit of a cool batch of air makes its way to the northern plains. good weather through tuesday and wednesday. little bit of a shot of snow guys across parts of the northeast on tuesday. it will be light. then a big chance of rain wednesday, thursday across parts of the west. >> looking good. thanks so much. dallas star larry hagman may have lost battle against cancer but the woman who played j.r. ewing's niece will be here to talk about what it was like to work with him. >> foot the bill of obama care in the form of a huge surcharge. if the government punishing tobacco users? we debate that coming up. the rh. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy.
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fans are flocking to pay tribute to rhagman best known for playig j.r. ewing in the popular prime time show "dallas." >> you better practice that tall tail. had a little studying excuse. you may be able to fool your grand daddy but not old jr. i know a lie when i hear one. >> when it comes to lying i am sure you are the expert. i saw you at dinner last night. just when did kristen become a part of the oil cartel? hmmm? >> good one, charlene. joining us is actress charlene hilton who played the flirty lucy ewing on dallas. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. you, too, alice. >> tell us your favorite memories and what comes back to you as you see some of those old clips? >> well, let me start in a very
general way. when i met the force of nature that is larry hagman i was 17 years old. i had been raised by a single mother who was mentally ill. i had my own apartment from the time i was 15 years old and i never had a father figure. larry hagman came into my life at 17 years old and became the father figure that i longed for and he was a guiding force in my life. he taught me how to be professional. he taught me the craft of acting. he taught me how to behave on a set. he was an amazing, amazing human being. he was so protective of me because i was so young starting the show, but at the same time he expected and demanded a lot from me because he believed in me, and just so on a general personal note, he meant so much to me. >> it sounds like it. >> that's so wonderful to have a
mentor like that who takes you under his wing and cares so much about you. i was interested to read that you also said in addition to that serious role that he played as your surrogate father that he also could be a great pank st-- prankster on the set. >> oh my gosh. last time he said come here little niecey. come here. follow me. i called him uncle larry. on the set there are these sort of wooden rafters where they set up the lights up above the actual set where the action is going on. so barbara and jim had a scene at the dining room table just the two of them. larry gets me. we climb up this thing. he's got these bubble machines one that blew these great big bubbles another that blue hundreds of little bubbles. they are rehearsing and doing their seen down stairs a serious scene. we start blowing all of these bubbles that come raining down
on the set you hear barbara yell an expletive i can't say. jr, jr, knock it off. he was always, you know, he taught me to you to work really hard, but have fun doing it. one of the first things he told me when i was 17 years old, he said, you know i had a nervous breakdown doing "i dream of genie" i am going to tell you something right now it's not worth it. have fun. have fun while you are working this hard. i have. it was -- that was the greatest lesson any one could have taught me to really enjoy the process. >> that's really nice. it's interesting you bring that up. he didn't shy away from his own medical issues. we had one of our correspondents on here katherine herridge who got to know him as an organ transplant advocate. he really championed other off camera causes. >> yes, he did. he was amazing that way.
i will say this. larry has been very open about his alcoholism and his drinking. i swear to god i never saw him -- he never messed a line, he was never late a second. he was always punk actual. he had -- punwhen he had the li transplant i said uncle larry you are one of the greatest actors all of the time. how could you perform like that while you were drinking that heavily. it took a moment. it was almost reflective and he said, think of what i could have done if i wasn't drinking. it was one of those things that i kind of went, wow. but he never held up production. was never late. >> that is poignant. charlene tilton it's great to see you. everyone remembers you as lucy ewing. thank you for sharing your personal remembrances of larry hagman today.
>> thank you so much. >> great to see you. it won't be a charlie brown christmas if a group of atheists have their way. we will tell you about the religious battle brewing over this holiday classic. one university thinking outside of the box to convince a top basketball recruit to come to their school. more on their creative courting next. [ both ] people loved our weddi slide show. that is the end... of carousel one. ...of carousel one. there's carousel two! all right! [ male announcer ] when you combine creamy velveeta with zesty rotel tomatoes and green chiles, you'll get a bowl of queso that makes even this get-together better. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant
christ the lord. high unto you. ♪ >> linus is right. i won't let all of this commercialism ruin my christmas. i will take this little tree home and decorate it and i will show them it really will work in our place. >> love it. now charlie brown is smack in the middle of a separation of church and state fight a group of parents are fighting an arkansas elementary school field trip to see a stage production of charlie brown at a church. >> here with us is his take on father jonathan. >> i love seeing that. >> it is a classic. most of us don't think of that as a battle royal of church verses state. it did invoke some sort of christian language there. >> telling the christian story which is the story of christmas. right? >> so all of the other kids at
this school can't go see a play of charlie brown? >> would i be afraid of my children going to see the story of judaism, the story of abraham, the story of isaac and jacob? absolutely not. the fact that we have a right to free speech for all means there are going to be an opportunity and probability that there will also be people who do stupid ignorant and totally out of line things like protesting the fact that charlie brown is going to be presented and his christmas story presented to kids. mriem dags is first of all for parents who are watching to just take it easy and recognize you don't have to stand up for the very small minority who are making a big thing out of a small thing. who would be afraid of their kids going to watch a classic charlie brown story like this? what you do is you go talk toal up. there's going to be people there are groups like the adf alliance
for defending freedom who will defend your rights to live the faith you believe in or accept a diverse view in a hole sdooin. that is obviously a christian season. >> here is a statement from terri elementary school in little rock arkansas. a letter was sent home so fa parents who took exception and wish to remain at school could do so. they don't make them support any religious saying. >> is that the answer? have other kids sit out. >> if parents want to say i don't want my kid participating in this. we don't want a small group to then say the real american tradition here real diverse city real respect means we can't do anything that in any way expresses christian or jewish or muslim faith. that is not the way to go. not at all. >> to close this segment you also believe in separation of
church and football. you are not happy about the notre dame perfect season, the touchdown jesus saved the day they are going to the national championship? >> you are going to turn millions of people against me. i am a michigan wolverine fan. the fact that i -- a catholic university like notre dame a great institution no doubt wins that does not bring joy to my heart. >> no way. >> especially when you lost to ohio state. >> notre dame beat us in a terrible game in which we got many more yards than we did. >> i didn't see the controversial angle this segment would take. >> i am glad we got back to the important things. >> up next smokers getting stuck with a huge sir charge thanks to obama care. is the government punishing tobacco users? we will have a fair and balanced debate. >> you still have a chance to become a millionaire no one won the power ball jackpot. wait until you hear how much is at stake now.
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>> they should be saying this is unacceptable. we thank mr. morsi for his efforts in brokering a cease fire which is incredibly fragile, but this is not acceptable. this is not what the united states of america taxpayers expect. our dollars will be directly related to the progress towards democracy which you promised the people of egypt when your party and you were elected president. >> that's the issue, the money. >> if you hold that -- >> there are millions of dollars at stake here. >> billions of dollars. congress says look we are going to withhold this money until there's a movement there all of the aid that goes to that region is pulled. >> holding money is one thing but maybe you withhold the praise they showered on morsi after he stepped in between hamas and israel. they were quick to praise him. >> they didn't know he was going to do a power grab. why not treat someone with honey who you think are on your side.
>> why because a lot of people will tell you they were funneling arms from egypt to hamas that's how this got started from iran to egypt to hamas. >> let us know what you think about the latest developments there. we want to get the rest of your headlines now. there are reports they are new this morning that in the weeks leading up to the presidential election the obama administration tried to speed up the process of putting permanent rules in place when it came to the unmanned drone strikes just in case president obama did not win reelection. they are sourcing two administration officials as saying the acceleration was done to guarantee the new president would have to operate under the old standards that president obama had put into place. and new video of pope benedict xvi holding mass with 6 new card untils -- cardinals in tow.
the group is not only tasked with advising the pope but electing the people who succeed him as well. getting hire. no one matched all 6 numbers in last night's $325 million power ball jackpot that. means the next drawing will be a jaw dropping $425 million could go even hire. this is the biggest power ball jackpot ever. the next drawing is wednesday. are we all in in our office pool guides. >> i need you to text me all your numbers that's the only way this works. i am not doing the honor system. >> just you buying the tickets and splitting it hasn't been working for you. >> i love you i don't trust you there's a big difference. >> talk a little sports. >> revealing. >> 1988 the last time notre dame was undefeated in the national title game. none of the current players were even born in 1988. see what happened last night at the coliseum. a great game it was.
irish taking on the trojans. riddick up the middle. irish by 9. usc clearly would not go quietly in the first start in from the injured mac. max hooking up with robert inside the 5. pi called for trojans on one. notre dame what they have done all year a great defensive stand to keep sc out of the end zone. 22-13 the irish undefeated headed to miami against alabama, georgia if the fcc title game. ohio state capped a perfect 12-0 yesterday by taking out michigan. not making father john happy. what happens now? nothing. nonetheless great job by that coach urban meyer.
♪ >> that's pro vvo utah parker style. high school recruits come to their school. students also printed t-shirts to try to use white paper to spell his name. definitely an a for effort. not sure if it will get the job done. i like what they are doing to try to bring kids to byu. >> i love it. >> tried to get you guys to do your gingham style dance. >> how will rick. do you have a style, no way. >> not in public anyway. >> maybe with the whiskey notes some of that will come out. >> futures steve doocy, is that what you are saying? is that your job? >> maybe. >> you also said you are going to win the lottery. if you win the lottery you might
not have to be steve doocy. those are the problems you might face if you win. >> weather maps as you wake up this morning very chilly. not that bad, could be worse certainly. better in the northern plains than it was yesterday. look on the bright side take a look at the forecast for the day today. looks similar to what you saw i didn't do yesterday. a little lake-effect snow going on. hi little break in the coastal areas. everybody else cool. get ready for tuesday a little bit of snow across parts of pennsylvania and new jersey and maybe new york. a light dusting. in the southeast sunshine great travel conditions for almost everybody across the country. send it to you inside. >> thanks so much, rick. when obama care goes into effect smokers may if face insurance surcharges as high as 15 percent. should the government be punishing tobacco rulers or should it go up in smokes? joining us right now is public
interest law at george washington university law school and former director of action on smoking and health. gary noland national director of citizens freedom alliance eagle host the eagle 9.39. let me start with you. smokers, you have higher healthcare costs, why not make them pay more? >> well, the truth is, allison, smokers don't have higher healthcare costs. i know this sounds bizarre and it's an ugly truth. the fact is the dutch studied it the congressional research studied it and so has the new england journal of medicine. it turns out fighting the diseases of old age much more expensive than fighting smoker's diseases. >> the diseases caused by cigarette smoking result in $96 billion in healthcare costs each year. >> the cdc.gov will knot calculate the diseases of old age into that calculation.
that's why they make it look as so smokers cost more in reality and anybody can look this up. use your search engine the cost of smoking in healthcare you will find even the congressional research service says it's nonsense. >> allison, this is pizbizarre. gary noland was the candidate for president of the libertarian party which stands for american free enterprise and letting businesses not government make their decisions. millions of businesses have already made the decision based upon very strong evidence that they trust that smokers cost more about 112,000 dollars per year per smoker. gary the libertarian guy wants to say, no, federal government should step in and prevent this. this is crazy. we also know most smokers say they want to quit. one of the most effective ways to help them quit to do what they already want to do is impose a financial incentive. 50 percent surcharge provide a strong financial incentive to
get them to do what they already want to do that will save us 10's of billions of dollars. it's a no brainer. >> that isn't the free market that's the federal government, obama care. >> they are not requiring it they are just permitting it. they are permitting it. >> john is that the way you -- >> go ahead gary. >> well, the point is it is not the free market. secondly if we are going to talk about people's history, remember john is the guy who wants to sue mcdonalds and burger thing because people eat too much. if you look in the 12,000 dollar figure, that's nonsense. by the way if john feels the way he does if he thinks his study is accurate it is clear what he wants to do is kill poor people. because this proportionately it's the poor people who smoke and the study that they just did by the state of new york indicates when you raise costs for the poor with regard to tobacco they spend more on tobacco. >> in other words you don't think the costs would be going to their medical care they would
just buy more cigarettes. >> actually the studies show that imposing additional costs is the most effective way to get people to quit smoking. it works for poor people, it works for young people. under obama care whether we like it or not everybody is going to have health insurance so they will be covered and this idea that it is killing people is crazy. also gary raised the regulations. the regulations do not require anybody to do anything. businesses will make their own individual decisions based upon how they read the statistics and the federal government is simply saying you can do it provided it's not more than 50 percent. saying as we do with age same as we do with geographic location. it's not discrimination it's personal responsibility. >> gary we have to leave it think. you know what i concluded we booked exactly the right guests. you know a lot about each of your sides. thank you for coming in for this
debate. >> thanks allison. >> we are winning it regardless. >> why are we hearing crickets from the white house and the state department when there is so much chaos in egypt. secretary of state to intervene or make a statement of some kind. he made his way out of handcuffs, jail cells and even a locked safe. this modern day houdini now getting ready for his biggest challenge yet, getting away from fox an friends. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do.
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now. does he need to speak up to the egyptian president. we are asking the president of act for america and author of they must be as to bed bridget gabriel. >> good morning dave. >> a pulitzer winning author says the president has to be careful not to sell out egyptian democracy for quiet between israel, egypt and hamas. we tried that in mubarek that didn't end well. what should he do? >> obviously we have health usher in dictatorship in egypt. despite repeated warnings at the obama camp and hillary from terrorism analysts warning about the muslim brotherhood they are not hod rat -- moderate. they continue telling the muslim brother leader to the world as a moderate statement. we just talk add few days ago he basically declared himself as dictator of egypt. the president is afraid to come out now and face the press as well as his secretary of state,
because they know that one question they will be answered and that is how can the united states continue supporting a dictatorship in egypt an islamic dictatorship at that to the tune of almost $2 billion a year of tax payer dollars. this is a big question for the obama administration. >> age should be cut off. the president's apparent topic for secretary of state susan rice came out and praised president morsi as well. >> that is exactly what all dictators say if we look at history and we have seen the dictators who have subjected their population to misery for years and decades and decades obviously once they come to power and enjoy the perks they are not going to let it go. we knew that going into it those of us who come from the middle east who monitor the middle east we knew what the plan of the muslim brotherhood is and we
know they want to bring in an islamic rule to egypt. they did not feel that mubiarek was religious enough. he was secular. they looked at him as a pawn in the hands of the west. therefore they want to bring back the islamic pride. the people in eye egypt are concerned about that. egypt is the second largest islamic country in the world with 80 million people after indonesia. this is dangerous to the rewest and middle east as well. >> no wonder they are scared it could be worse than the mubarek regime. >> thank you. have a great day. >> he will be handcuffed chained and tied up. modern day houdini attempts his next big escape live on "fox & friends."
>> he's a modern day houdini who escaped from 5,000 pairs of hand duffs a titanium safe, 19 jail cells not daily briggs he's getting ready for his next escape right here on fox and friends thomas solomon who is here. we have already got him chained up a little bit. we are here with roger drier the head curator of the hue teen knee museum in new york. >> before we get to this i want to say these are your winter gloves you wear these around? >> this is standard fair for me every day. >> you are going to try to get out of these in a few minutes. you have the key? >> correct. >> what i have is i have four sets of handcuffs. four different countries. >> i can tell they are real there is no tricks.
>> i am going to hand you the keys. >> we have many keys on there but in addition there are those four keys that open these four sets. >> your fate is in my hands. >> at the end of the segment we are going to put up a minute on the clock he is going to break out of those in one minute. roger drier is the head curator at the houdini museum. tell us what you have and why you are promoting the museum? >> we are very fortunate we had our celebrity opening at the houdini museum in new york. when i was a kid i was bitten by the magic bug and read a great biography now we opened up a houdini museum across from madison sca madison square garden with free admission. the most incredible handcuffs most rarest handcuffs some of the most krindibincredible pick. he used these to get out of the most famous mistakes. then we have one of a kind
posters such as houdini performing the water cell. >> i read the way you got into this mess is that you interned when you were 13 years old for a lock smith. >> for a lock smith. i was too young to have a work permit at the time but they let me sweep the floors and answer the phones. while i was doing that i was watching the lock smith learning the tricks of the trade. >> what is this over here? >> all of my escapes happen within fuel view of the audience. i slightly obscure what the audience can see so the audience can see but not see what i am doing. >> it's free admission to the houdini museum across from madison square garden. >> we want to get you in position for your trick. >> these are real handcuffs you should not be able to get out of
these. >> i am using the skills of a magician, a lock smith and contortionist. >> one minute on the screen right now. do we have one minute on the screen. >> very good. >> all right. >> one minute. 3, 2, 1, go. >> alley is holding the keys. >> even houdini would be impressed right now. >> roger what are we seeing here with thomas. what is he attempting to do? he is trying to perform the unbelievable. that's one. that's a difficult handcuff. >> doesn't look like he is going to do it to tell you the truth. >> everyone likes to perform. >> 40 seconds. 2. these are the classic handcuffs some of the old school ones he is wearing now. >> on disbray we have these handcuffs and other canned cuffs that have never been seen before. >> 3 handcuffs. >> 20 seconds left for the final pair of handcuffs here. >> you are going to try these on
next, right in? >> one last one. >> 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. >> he got it. >> allison, this is for your child becoming the next houdini. >> let me show everybody your wrists. come here, chris. this was not easy on your wrists. you ripped some skin got blissers and you are wrenching them off of you. >> absolutely. >> how important is houdini to the art. >> houdini museum of new york is a fantastic place. be inspired about houdini and about magic in general. i encourage everyone to come down and see a museum like this. when i was a kid i wished these kinds of things existed. we are fortunate roger drier has this great museum for us to come
and see. >> check it out. the houdini museum of new york is right across from madison garden. it is free. >> alley, we get you in handcuffs? >> i don't know where the keys went. thank you for joining us today everybody. there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8.